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  • Re: The worst package in Logos?

    That's a much better price! Thank you! I'm glad I held off on buying the individual items a bit.
    Posted to General by David Drew on Tue, Sep 3 2019
  • The worst package in Logos?

    I was looking for a resource today that covers the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the OT - mostly because I don't like having so many broken links in all my resources. :) I found ' The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament in English ' by RH Charles, selling for $250. However, when you look at the individual books in the package, you can
    Posted to General by David Drew on Tue, Sep 3 2019
  • Re: New Hardware Thoughts

    Experience: I've built about 4 computers at my workplace in the last couple of years, and been the 'purchasing manager' on deciding which high-end laptops to get some engineers. For Logos: 8-16 GB ram, M.2 drive big enough for the OS and your Logos library. The M.2 drive is essential, everything else is optional. The m.2 drives are 4-8x faster than
    Posted to General by David Drew on Sun, Jul 21 2019
  • Not a fan of the new homepage UI

    I'm really not liking the new homepage UI. I'm finding that it has much reduced readability and usefulness compared to the previous version. I'm also not a fan of the 'ads' which take up 80% of the homepage. The default homepage layout is: 1. 'Featured' - giant ad. 2. 'Store' - Many smaller ads. The first of which is the same as the giant ad above,
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by David Drew on Mon, Feb 25 2019
  • Re: Which 'tradition' to choose

    [quote user="GaoLu"] If you buy Ultimate , which includes all the traditions, you automatically get Peter's Pearly Gate Precheck with much shorter lines. [/quote] Only if you've read every page on every resource! Otherwise, it's off to purgatory for you until you finish your reading. Oh wait, wrong tradition.
    Posted to General by David Drew on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: Looking for some recommendations on resources

    hmm, I don't seem to have that option:
    Posted to General by David Drew on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Re: Looking for some recommendations on resources

    Yes, I've had a look at the V8 sets, but I'm not finding them compelling. I honestly don't think I'll use the extra features, and all the packages which have an increase in resources that I find attractive are out of my price range.
    Posted to General by David Drew on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Looking for some recommendations on resources

    Hi all, I was given a generous birthday gift of some cash specifically to buy some Logos resources, and I'm looking for some suggestions on what to spend it on.I have a budget of ~$130 (though I'm happy to add my own money to it, so say $200 max). About me: armchair theologian, evangelical, my current collection is approximately at 'bronze' level. There
    Posted to General by David Drew on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Why does Android App request location?

    I've noticed recently that the Android app requests my location. This begs the following questions: Why does it do this? Does it request the 'low-accuracy' or 'high-accuracy' location? Does Faithlife keep this location data? If so, for how long?
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by David Drew on Mon, Jul 2 2018
  • Re: Amazon Fire

    I find that the app opens reasonably quickly on my Fire HD 8". It tends to bog down when you've used a lot of different programs - it has to clean up some memory on some of the older programs first before it can open up the new program you've selected. I find a full reboot every week tends to keep the Fire working at an acceptable speed.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by David Drew on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Permanent access to our logos library?

    As I see it, the main problem with L4 is that you can't back-up your own licence. If Logos were to go down, there's no-way you can correctly activate your L4 installation, and then go into 'offline mode'. For that reason, I like to keep a copy of my L3 licences somewhere safe. That way, if Logos were to ever die in the distant future, I could just reinstall
    Posted to General by David Drew on Tue, Feb 22 2011
  • Re: CP: Biblical Commentary on the New Testament at 100% - bid before Fri 2/25!

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] It must have been one of those things that isn't that costly to produce and didn't have many people signed up for it to begin with, so just a few have made a big difference.[/quote] I wonder if, for some of these books which are available on Google Books / Project Gutenberg, Logos just gets the raw text from these sites,
    Posted to General by David Drew on Sun, Feb 20 2011
  • Re: New wiki page: How to install in a different folder or drive

    Can you use that technique to install onto a USB stick? It'd be useful to have Logos on-the-go without having to be constrained by Biblia. (Not that Biblia's not great, but it's not a patch on the full setup.)
    Posted to General by David Drew on Mon, Feb 14 2011
  • Re: Ability to change font or zoom?

    [quote user="Thomas Beirne"]Per-pane font sizing persistence should be showing up very soon. At this time selectable fonts are not on our radar but looking into improving the overall quality of our fonts is.[/quote] Please include a sans-serif font at the very minimum. The rule-of-thumb that I was taught is that sans-serif fonts for on-screen work,
    Posted to Biblia.com by David Drew on Mon, Feb 7 2011
  • Re: IVP Bible Background Commentary

    If you like to read on your iphone / ipad, beware. The NT background commentary is available on the idevices, but the OT commentary is not.
    Posted to General by David Drew on Fri, Feb 4 2011
  • Re: Mac Pro with Solid State Drive

    With such a good system, you should go the RAM disk route. Otherwise, go RAID. Even two modest HDD will typically outperform a top-flight drive. Five 10k disks in RAID, you'll think you're using a RAM disk.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Drew on Sat, Jan 29 2011
  • Re: ABOUT THE EVANGELICAL EXEGETICAL COMMENTARY

    This sounds like a perfect use for the 'free book preview' functionality. I think it'd be great to be able to have a read of a large chunk of the volume before committing to the whole set!
    Posted to General by David Drew on Sat, Jan 22 2011
  • Re: WBC's Judges by Trent Butler

    [quote user="David Paul"] $40 for this volume is absurd.[/quote] It feels that way, particularly given that: a) You can buy the hardbacks for $30. b) You can still buy the whole 59-volume set for $350! However, I do think that these books are worth it at these prices. The huge amount of work that goes into it for each author, let alone the editing and
    Posted to General by David Drew on Thu, Jan 20 2011
  • Differences between WBC 58 and WBC 59?

    I was wondering, does anyone know the differenc between the WBC 58 and the current WBC 59? Having a look through the list, the two differences that I can spot is a revision of Psalms 1-50, and a new book Job 21+. Are there any others? What's particularly annoying is that to buy the missing volume will cost $50 for an unlock, when I can buy the hardcover
    Posted to General by David Drew on Wed, Jan 12 2011
  • Re: No internet at Church....

    I don't see a lack of internet connection as being a big deal. Even though we don't have an internet connection in our I think it's a positive step by Logos, as it shows that they're looking forward to the future. It will only be a very few years until internet access will be ubiquitous and cheap. By designing a program around that assumption, they
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by David Drew on Tue, Jan 11 2011
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